Coming upon a memory of your teenage self can feel a bit like catching a glimpse of someone else in the mirror–whether it’s via an old letter, photo or an old friend. These little jolts of teenage memory can be electric or quiet, soothing or disruptive, but they all point back toward one thing–growth. Teen Body’s debut album focuses on the same thing, processing the growing pains of early adulthood through a filter of melancholy dream pop. Their debut album Get Home Safe is a 12-track record that was recorded in Bushwick with Bryan Keller at Zen as Fuck Studios, and whether it was osmosis via the studio name, or the trio’s innate sense of tranquility, it manages to parse the struggles of an evolving self while keeping an even keel.
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